Invitations can be a big expense among all the costs of throwing a party. Many printers charge high fees for printing cards and may even have a minimum number that is more than you need. Some websites offer invitations that you can personalize and then print from your home computer, which frees up some of the money you would have otherwise spent for food, decorations and other party elements. Here is an overview of three different sites that allow you to print invitations online.
Go to invitationland.com. Some of the invitations are available for free. Others require a paid membership. Choose an occasion from the left-hand side of the page. Click on the invitation template you would like to use. Personalize the text with the name of the event, who the party is for, when the party will take place and where. Fill in the RSVP information. Customize the color to match the theme for the party and the font. When you are done customizing, click the “Create PDF” tab. Choose the size of your invitation and click “Create PDF.” Print the invitations on cardstock from the PDF file.
Go to netfuncards.com. Create a free account. Click the “invitation cards” link underneath the “printable cards” category. Choose the appropriate occasion from the menu on the left. All of the cards on this site are free to print. Click on the template you would like to use. Print the card on cardstock. Cards on this site do not allow for online customization. Fill in all the information by hand.
Visit americangreetings.com and click on the “Create and Print” tab. Invitations at americangreetings.com require you to purchase a membership. You can join for a month for $2.99 and print all the invitations you will need. Click on “invitations” in the menu on the left. Click on the appropriate occasion on the left. Click on the card you would like to use. Fill in the information about your party, including who the party is for, what time and where. Include the RSVP name, number, email address, and date to respond by. When your card is completely customized, click “Print” to print the invitations onto cardstock.
This article on printing invitations online was supplied by Kim Finnigan from Constant Content.